Here are 50 famous musicians from Japan were born in 1975:
Yū Asakawa (March 20, 1975 Tokyo-) also known as Yuu Asakawa, Asakawa Yu, Asakawa Yuu or Asakawa Yū is a Japanese voice actor and singer.
Her albums: Fate/stay night キャラクターイメージソングVI:ライダー, Azumanga Daioh Character CD Vol.2 Sakaki, and 11eyes -PERFECT VOCAL ALBUM-.
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Rikki (January 19, 1975 Amami Ōshima-) a.k.a. りっき, 中野律紀, 中野 律紀, なかのりつき, Nakano Ritsuki or なかの りつき is a Japanese musician and singer.
Her most well known albums: Suteki Da Ne, , , , miss you amami, むちゃ加那 and .
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Kazusa Murai (December 28, 1975 Nagoya-) a.k.a. Murai Kazusa is a Japanese voice actor.
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Chie Sawaguchi (May 21, 1975 Tokyo-) also known as Rie Sawaguchi, Chie Ishibashi or Ishibashi, Chie is a Japanese voice actor.
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Haruna Ikezawa (December 15, 1975 Athens-) also known as Ikezawa, Haruna or Haruna Ikexawa is a Japanese voice actor, actor and essayist.
Her most recognized albums: .
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Yukana (January 6, 1975 Futtsu-) a.k.a. Nogami Yukana, Nogami, Yukana or Yukana is a Japanese singer and voice actor.
Her albums include Yukana, アマガミ キャラクターソング Vol.5 七咲逢 『trust』, 恋はみずいろ, SUPER∞STREAM, , BEAUTIFUL SKY, , , and 我が家のお稲荷さま。天狐幻術 歌曲集.
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Hiroko Konishi (October 26, 1975 Kanagawa Prefecture-) also known as Konishi Hiroko or Konishi, Hiroko is a Japanese voice actor, actor and musician.
Her albums include Don't Love, Little Love Letters 5th Nana and SILENT CITY 〜AIKa〜.
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Junko Minagawa (November 22, 1975 Tsuchiura-) also known as Minagawa Junko is a Japanese voice actor.
Her albums include Deja Vu, Future of Blue and Aikotoba.
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Nanase Aikawa (February 16, 1975 Higashiyodogawa-ku, Osaka-) a.k.a. 相川七瀬, 相川 七瀬, Aikawa Nanase, Aikawa, Nanase, あいかわ ななせ, 佐伯 美咲, さえき みさ, Misa Saeki or Saeki Misa is a Japanese singer.
Her discography includes: 夢見る少女じゃいられない, , LIKE A HARD RAIN, BREAK OUT!, , トラブルメイカー, Sweet Emotion, Bad Girls, 彼女と私の事情 and Nostalgia. Genres she performed: Music of Japan, J-pop, Rock music and Pop music.
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Sayaka Ohara (December 6, 1975 Yokohama-) also known as Sayaka Ohara, Ohara, Sayaka, Sayaka Ohhara, Saaya, saya-saya, Ōhara Sayaka or Sayaka Ōhara is a Japanese voice actor, radio personality and disc jockey.
Her albums include , , DAY by DAY and CHASE THE WORLD.
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Yumi Yoshimura (January 30, 1975 Neyagawa-) also known as Yoshimura, Yumi is a Japanese singer, musician and voice actor.
Her discography includes: . Genres: Punk rock, Pop rock, Power pop and J-pop.
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Koichi Fukuda (July 1, 1975 Osaka-) is a Japanese guitarist.
Genres related to him: Industrial metal, Nu metal and Alternative metal.
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Reiko Chiba (January 8, 1975 Osaka Prefecture-) also known as Reiko Kirihara or Chibarei is a Japanese singer, actor, voice actor and model.
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Mayumi Yamaguchi (May 12, 1975 Iwate Prefecture-) also known as Yamaguchi Mayumi or Yamaguchi, Mayumi is a Japanese voice actor.
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Miki Sawaguchi (September 1, 1975 Yokohama-) also known as 沢口みき is a Japanese pornographic film actor and prostitute.
Her discography includes: 私の胸でおねむりなさい and Uterus and Human.
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Yae (December 14, 1975 Tokyo-) a.k.a. Yae Fujimoto is a Japanese singer and songwriter.
Her albums: Blue Line, 風のみち, and Keys. Genres related to her: World music.
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Ai Maeda (April 19, 1975 Kobe-) also known as Maeda Ai, Maeda, Ai, AiM or ai is a Japanese voice actor, singer, music artist and songwriter.
Her albums include I wish, keep on, The Beautiful World, my light, 夕陽の約束, , Moving on!, , and 作品 No.2 「春」イ長調 ～ぼくらのウォーゲーム!～.
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Kyoko Yamamoto (April 10, 1975-) is a Japanese singer.
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Erino Hazuki (August 3, 1975 Tokyo-) also known as Hazuki Erino or Hazuki, Erino is a Japanese voice actor.
Her discography includes: and Rosario+Vampire CAPU2 Character Song 2 Kokoa Shuzen (CV:Chiwa Saito).
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Hiroshi Kamiya (January 28, 1975 Matsudo-) otherwise known as Kamiya Hiroshi, Kamiya, Hiroshi or 神谷 浩史 is a Japanese singer, voice actor and radio personality.
His albums include Harezora, Bokura dake no Monogatari, Kurayami Shinjū Sōshisōai, Such a Beautiful Affair, Hareiro, Hare no Hi, For Myself, Nijiiro Chōchō, and . Genres he performed: Music in Japanese animation.
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Sayaka Aida (March 9, 1975 Tokyo-) is a Japanese voice actor.
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Ryōko Nagata (February 23, 1975 Gifu Prefecture-) also known as Ryouko Nagata, Ryōko Nagata, Nagata Ryōko, 永田 亮子 or Ryoko Nagata is a Japanese voice actor.
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Mayumi Shintani (November 6, 1975 Hiroshima Prefecture-) is a Japanese voice actor and actor.
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Kishō Taniyama (August 11, 1975 Ube-) also known as Kisho Taniyama, Taniyama Kishō, Kishow, Jackie Yang, Taniyama, Kishou or 谷山紀章 is a Japanese singer and voice actor.
His albums include , Daydreamin', Warrior, , , , , rainbow, and What’s this?. Genres related to him: J-pop.
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Mai Gotō (October 16, 1975 Tokyo-) is a Japanese actor and model.
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Seamo (October 31, 1975 Nagoya-) also known as 高田尚輝 is a Japanese singer and rapper.
His albums include Fly Away, DRIVE, , Honey Honey feat. AYUSE KOZUE, a love story, 海へいこう, Round About, , and SCRAP & BUILD. Genres he performed include J-pop, Pop music and Hip hop music.
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Hiromi Konno (September 13, 1975 Chitose-) also known as Konno Hiromi is a Japanese voice actor.
Her albums include 三十路岬, 曖昧ネットだーりん, , アマガミ キャラクターソング Vol.3 中多紗江 『Wish "ちょっぴりの勇気"』, あなたしか見えない, , and .
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Jun Maeda (January 3, 1975 Mie Prefecture-) otherwise known as 前田 純, まえだ じゅん or Maeda Jun is a Japanese writer, composer, mangaka, lyricist and author.
His albums: Gunslinger Girl - Il Teatrino -: Vocal Album, Gunslinger Girl - Il Teatrino -: doll / human, Killer Song, and .
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Double (March 14, 1975 Niigata-) also known as TAKAKO or Takako Hirasawa is a Japanese singer.
Genres: Contemporary R&B and Rhythm and blues.
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Aiko (November 22, 1975 Suita-) also known as 柳井愛子, やない あいこ, Aiko Yanai, Yanai Aiko, aiko, ウタウイヌ or Utauinu is a Japanese singer and singer-songwriter.
Her most recognized albums: , あなたと握手, えりあし, , , , , , and . Genres she performed include J-pop and Pop music.
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Tomoko Kawase (February 6, 1975 Kyoto-) a.k.a. Kawase Tomoko, Tommy heavenly6, Tommy heavenly 6, Tommy heavenly^6, Tommy heavenly⁶, Tommy february6, Tommy february^6 or Tommy february 6 is a Japanese singer and singer-songwriter.
Her albums include Gothic Melting Ice Cream's Darkness Nightmare, Tommy heavenly6, Tommy february6, Papermoon, Heavy Starry Chain, Ready?, Hot Chocolat, Be My Valentine, Tommy Candy Shop Sugar Me and Monochrome Rainbow. Genres she performed include Music of Japan, J-pop, Rock music, Pop music, Punk rock, New Wave, Synthpop, Pop punk and Post-punk.
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Risa Hayamizu (February 28, 1975 Osaka Prefecture-) also known as Lisa Hayamizu is a Japanese voice actor.
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Pushim (November 26, 1975-) also known as PUSHIM is a Japanese singer.
Discography: QUEENDOM, HEY BOY, RAINBOW, Sing A Song...Lighter!, , , , I pray, and . Genres she performed include Reggae, Rhythm and blues, Pop music, Jazz, J-pop, Dancehall, Soul music, Contemporary R&B and Hip hop music.
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Yuki Uchida (November 16, 1975 Tokyo-) a.k.a. Uchida Yuki is a Japanese actor, singer and model.
Her discography includes: Junjou Karen Otome Moyou, Merry Christmas for You, Ai no Baka, Mi-Chemin, Present, Nakitakunalu, , Best Album〜Present, and .
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Yoma Komatsu (December 30, 1975-) a.k.a. こまつよま, Komatsu Yoma, こまつ よま, 小松 代真, Yoma, Komatsu, Yoma or 小松代真 is a Japanese singer.
Genres she performed include Techno, J-pop, Eurobeat and Trance music.
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Takuo Kawamura (July 4, 1975 Saitama-) also known as 川村拓央 or Kawamura Takuo is a Japanese voice actor.
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Masaki Sumitani (December 18, 1975 Harima-) also known as Razor Ramon HG is a Japanese , .
Discography: YOUNG MAN.
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Yoshie Hayasaka (September 25, 1975 Naha-) also known as Hayasaka, Yoshie is a Japanese singer and actor.
Her albums: . Genres she performed include J-pop and Pop music.
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Houko Kuwashima (December 12, 1975 Kanegasaki-) also known as 桑島 法子 is a Japanese singer and voice actor.
Her most recognized albums: Flores ~ Shisha he no Hanataba, Azumanga Daioh Character CD Vol.5 Kagura, 純色brilliant, Believe, YOU GET TO BURNING / 私らしく, BAMBOO BEAT/STAR RISE and .
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青木麻由子 (December 17, 1975 Kōchi Prefecture-) also known as Aoki Mayuko, Mayuko Aoki or Aoki, Mayuko is a Japanese , .
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Kota Hoshino (April 23, 1975 Tokyo-) is a Japanese composer.
His albums include Armored Core Nexus and Armored Core Nexus -Revolution-.
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Yūko Gotō (August 28, 1975 Kiyosu-) also known as Gotou Yuuko, Yuko Goto, Gotou, Yuuko, Goto Yuuko, Yuuko Gotoo, Yuuko Gotou, Gotō Yūko, Gotouther-sama or Gotouza is a Japanese voice actor and radio personality.
Her albums include GO TO SONG, , , Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu, SOS-dan Radio Shibu Digest 06, 止マレ！, , 最強パレパレード, , and 涼宮ハルヒの記憶.
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Yū Sugimoto (January 29, 1975 Suita-) is a Japanese voice actor.
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Takeshi Tsuruno (May 26, 1975 Moji-ku, Kitakyūshū-) also known as Tsuruno Takeshi is a Japanese actor, tarento and musician. He has four children, Uta Tsuruno, Oto Tsuruno, Iro Tsuruno and .
His albums: .
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Hiromi Tsunakake (November 5, 1975 Kyoto-) also known as 綱掛裕美 or Tsunakake Hiromi is a Japanese voice actor.
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Jun Konno (October 18, 1975 Noda-) also known as Konno Jun is a Japanese voice actor.
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World's End Girlfriend (November 1, 1975 Gotō Islands-) also known as World's End Boyfriend, Katsuhiko Maeda, 前田勝彦 or Wonderland Falling Yesterday is a Japanese film score composer.
His most important albums: Hurtbreak Wonderland, Xmas Song, Sky Short Story EP, The Lie Lay Land, Dream’s End Come True, Farewell Kingdom, ending story, SEVEN IDIOTS, 空気人形 and Other Voices. Genres he performed: Post-rock, Classical music and Ambient music.
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Takayoshi Tanimoto (April 14, 1975-) also known as Takeyoshi Tanimoto, たにもと たかよし, 谷本 貴義, 谷本貴義, Tanimoto Takayoshi, たにもとたかよし or Tanimoto, Takayoshi is a Japanese singer.
His albums include Dragon Ball Kai: Original Soundtrack, Yeah! Break! Care! Break!, Dragon Soul and .
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Masayoshi Soken (January 10, 1975 Tokyo-) a.k.a. Soken Masayoshi, 祖堅 正慶, そけん まさよし, ソルボンヌ祖堅, Sorbonne Soken, Soken, Sorbonne or 祖堅正慶 is a Japanese sound editor.
Discography: Music of the Front Mission series, and Sounds of Eorzea.
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Akane Tomonaga (December 2, 1975 Tokyo-) otherwise known as Yukari Aoyama is a Japanese voice actor.
Her albums: .
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